Leamington Spa is the perfect place for an engagement shoot if you want a mix of both urban and more nature-inspired photographs as it has such a wide array of gorgeous coffee shops and street backdrops, plus the park and access to endless countryside.
Laura, Lucas and I began their session in Spa Town Coffee which is fast becoming my go-to for an oat milk flat white in the local area. Their bagels are really something special too! As a natural light photographer I adore the huge windows letting sunshine stream in, and it’s great for catching some of those reflection shots you can see below.
After chatting through the details of their wedding plans we hit the streets and headed for the Glasshouse in Jephson Gardens, which coincidentally also has a events venue attached.
I love how the light catches them in the tunnel on the walk back up to The Drawing Board where we enjoyed a Bloody Mary or two.
A perfect afternoon out, and a great opportunity for Laura + Lucas to get more comfortable being photographed ahead of their wedding at The Stone Barn, Cotswolds just a couple of months later. I’ve written a guide to engagement shoots should you wish to know more about the way I work!
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